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Felt Pen Tea Cups

Felt Pen Tea Cups

This is a fun filler activity which teaches children in the 7-10 age group a lot about perspective, line, pattern, composition and colour palette. This is a power point resource where the students can talk about the different artworks featuring the same subject matter - a cup and saucer on a table with a wallpaper/decorative background - before embarking on their own. As you can see in the artworks on show here, there is a basic structure but the students are free to interpret it individually. A high success rate on this simple yet complex activity and AMAZING display afterwards which cannot help but boost artistic confidence.
auriel
Cubism

Cubism

A basic set of lessons showing the steps and stages to build a Cubist sculpture as an outcome. Divided into clear lessons with starters and activities and learning objectives First powerpoint: Understanding Cubism students do a presentation in their book and copy a detail of Cubism and draw out basic geometric shape faces. Students begin to understand Analytical cubism by drawing on a Celebrity photograph geometric shapes and to cut this up and re-arrange this in their book Students trace this collage they made out on a piece of paper. Second and Third powerpoint: Students begin to learn to paint basic shapes and students begin to learn to mix complementary colours Fourth powerpoint: Students use a card to paint lines and to define edges with sharp shapes like the analytical angles in a Cubism painting. Fifth powerpoint: Students begin to understand Synthetic cubism and cut up their painting and put this together in a construction sculpture. These are a set of basic lessons to use when teaching Cubism. They take a series of 6 lessons.
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Complete KS3, GCSE & A-LEVEL ART ASSESSMENT/MARKING/FEEDBACK Pack

Complete KS3, GCSE & A-LEVEL ART ASSESSMENT/MARKING/FEEDBACK Pack

Easy to use and quick to complete, these marking feedback sheets are the only thing you will need to ensure there is effective, high quality marking in each Key Stage in Art and Design. And through buying this bundle you can save 25% on the total price of the individual items if bought separately. BARGAIN! Just print out and go! Happy Teaching :)
RND86
KS3 Art Assessment sheet

KS3 Art Assessment sheet

Quick and Easy to use KS3 art assessment sheet that follows the new 9-1 GRADING and features a students friendly assessment grid based on the WJEC Art and Design marking scheme. Includes 3 progress checkpoints to allow students and teachers track progress over the school year! Happy Teaching! :)
RND86
ART. GCSE ART Review Sheet. AQA and EdExcel

ART. GCSE ART Review Sheet. AQA and EdExcel

As students get close to the deadline for Component 1, it is important that their work is evaluated to ensure that the Assessment Objectives are covered as well as possible. This resource provides a structure for their own self analysis and teacher feedback. One sheet prompt students to consider how effectively they have covered the AOs and what else they need to do before the deadline. Another sheet provides a framework for teacher feedback under the four individual AOs. Provided as a Word document for complete editing freedom.
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AQA GCSE ART. External Task (Component 2) Support Resources 2018.

AQA GCSE ART. External Task (Component 2) Support Resources 2018.

We hand out the GCSE External Task (Component 2) papers in January. This set of resources provides structure and support for students as they develop their preparatory work. The External Task Support Document guides students through the development of work ensuring that they fully cover all four Assessment Objectives. It is also fully editable so that you can amend it to fully meet the needs of your students. Also included is an art analysis prompt sheet which guides students through detailed analysis of artwork, a work review sheet that encourages students to analyse their own progress and relate it to the AOs, a photocopy friendly history of art information document and student friendly explanations of the Assessment Objectives which really pinpoints what is required to meet the requirements of the AOs..... .... and finally, two slideshows showing what Grade 9 work looks like.
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